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The Ingleby Gallery is the UK's largest private contemporary art gallery outside London.
Filling three floors, with 6,000 square feet of exhibition space, it mounts five major exhibitions each year in addition to a rolling programme of smaller exhibitions of emerging artists. There is also a dedicated space on the ground floor for the gallery's publishing programme of artist's books, prints and editions. The gallery commissions four artists annually to design the advertising hoarding on the outside of the building. Each of these 'Billboard for Edinburgh' works is published as a limited edition print.
For ten years, the Gallery punched well above its weight on the international scene out of two rooms on the ground floor of an Edinburgh Townhouse, before upsizing to the current premises on Carlton Road. The new gallery opened its doors in 2008 with exhibitions by Kay Rosen and Susan Collis and a hoarding by Mark Wallinger reading 'Mark Wallinger is Innocent'.
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Mon – Sat, 10am – 6pm